Methane (CH4, 16.05 g/mol) reacts with oxygen to form carbon dioxide (CO2, 44.01 g/mol) and water (H2O, 18.02 g/mol). Assume that you design a system for converting methane to carbon dioxide and water. To test the efficiency of the system in the laboratory, you burn 5.00 g methane. The actual yield is 6.10 g water. What is your percent yield?